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Tisettanta Lounge

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Tisettanta Lounge is a chill-out lounge offering wine, cocktails and tapas, as well as gourmet pizzas.
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Nice spot to chill out~

Am surprised to know this is already listed on HGW!

This was a natural post-meal chill out after The Glass House and it was also empty when we went. A lone ang moh was watching his laptop on one of the bar seats and turned out he was the staff.

During Happy Hour from 4-9pm you get a 30% off Stella Artois and 1-for-1 off selected cocktails (can't remember the prices). No other promotions unfortunately.

Tiramisu ($14) - Decided on this as dessert and at $14 a portion, I was certainly not expecting a whole tray of it! It was huge and we couldnt finish it at all. Its a pity that it was not really chilled and the sponge fingers not thoroughly soaked, although the hint of coffee and alcohol was just nice.

They also serve a smallish portion of bar nuts plus a few focaccia crisps which is very addictive.

The place is really good for a chill out; dont know if they have wireless but if they do, perfect! Natural sunlight from the glass doors and windows provide good enough lighting too.

Will not mind coming back if I have a car!

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Nice spot to chill out~

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Am surprised to know this is already listed on HGW!

This was a natural post-meal chill out after The Glass House and it was also empty when we went. A lone ang moh was watching his laptop on one of the bar seats and turned out he was the staff.

During Happy Hour from 4-9pm you get a 30% off Stella Artois and 1-for-1 off selected cocktails (can't remember the prices). No other promotions unfortunately.

Tiramisu ($14) - Decided on this as dessert and at $14 a portion, I was certainly not expecting a whole tray of it! It was huge and we couldnt finish it at all. Its a pity that it was not really chilled and the sponge fingers not thoroughly soaked, although the hint of coffee and alcohol was just nice.

They also serve a smallish portion of bar nuts plus a few focaccia crisps which is very addictive.

The place is really good for a chill out; dont know if they have wireless but if they do, perfect! Natural sunlight from the glass doors and windows provide good enough lighting too.

Will not mind coming back if I have a car!

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